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I went out this morning and found a Shepard's Hook type pole that holds a bird feeder bent over. I've never heard of any bears around here. Could it be a deer? A fat ****? There is a pile of seed left and the feeder's still about half full. Anybody have any ideas?

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I think I'd go with raccoon. It's amazing what they can do. We've had them "tilt" a hook before. With dry ground, could have "bounced" with the feeder and bent the hook, although I think the feeder would have given way.

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I went out this morning and found a Shepard's Hook type pole that holds a bird feeder bent over. I've never heard of any bears around here. Could it be a deer? A fat ****? There is a pile of seed left and the feeder's still about half full. Anybody have any ideas?
that would be an industrious ****, if it were a bear, that hook would be bent in half, and your bird feeder would be emptied, smashed or carried off:grin:
 

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**** interrupted by dog? Otherwise, there wouldn't be any seed left.

Cute pics!
 

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C'mon now, what could it have been other than an enormous swarm that settled there till it bent, so they moved on.:lol:
 

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C'mon now, what could it have been other than an enormous swarm that settled there till it bent, so they moved on.:lol:
gee whiz efmesch, how fat are your bees in israel?........:lol:
funny part would have been to see that fat **** shimmying up that skinny garden hook to get at that feeder, tip....tip.....tip.....tip.....WHAM!!!
 
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